BigRentz Expands Coverage
BigRentz’ rental coverage has expanded to include more locations across the United State

August 16, 2013 – Santa Ana, CA – BigRentz (, a nationwide leader of internet construction and equipment rentals, has expanded their delivery coverage. Their coverage area now includes over 500 metro areas and over 1200 individual delivery hubs. They can now provide rental equipment within 75 miles of 95% of cities with populations over 50,000.

“We are constantly expanding our rental delivery coverage. We are adding partnerships that allow us to offer our clients depth of service for hundreds of different markets in the U.S. Our goal is to give our clients the most choice from the best rental companies nationwide in one spot.” said Stephen Jesson, Executive Vice President.

BigRentz takes the hassle out of renting, by offering customers a one-stop-shop that can provide all the equipment needed for any job. BigRentz can offer clients low price assurances and availability of the most desired rental equipment

Jeremy Logan, Key Accounts manager said “We are striving to Rent Anywhere. Any Size. Anytime. That is our formula.”

BigRentz provides rental equipment for construction, business, and industrial use, including: aerial work platforms, scissor lifts, boom lifts, forklifts, excavators, backhoes, skid steers, telehandlers, dozers, wheel loaders, and other construction equipment.

From industrial clients to small and medium size contractors to nationwide companies with multi-city requirements, BigRentz is today’s solution to equipment rental challenges for any size job.

About BigRentz

BigRentz is changing the way construction professionals and businesses rent equipment of all kinds, by providing a huge selection in every state nationwide.

BigRentz’ comprehensive network allows customers to rent equipment in most cities across the U.S. They provide multi-location businesses the ability to book all their rentals through one convenient source.

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